Horror adventure I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream now on GOG
The Dreamers Guild's classic point-and-click horror game I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream has found its way onto GOG.
It's listed for $6 and comes with a digital manual, making-of document, and soundtrack. The adventure title came out in 1995 and is based on Harlan Ellison's science-fiction short story from 1968, which won the Hugo Award. Ellison himself provides a voice in the game — that of the supercomputer AM.
The premise is a bleak one: For the past 109 years, the last surviving people on Earth have been stuck inside the giant supercomputer in the planet's core. Players must work to free themselves from AM's influence and grasp.
Night Dive Studios, which is responsible for digging up the game, was the same publisher that brought back System Shock 2.
Source: PC Gamer